International

HR Manager for International Relief and Development Partner

Do you believe in transforming lives practically and through the Gospel, but your skills are more in management and caring for people? We need someone to help our leadership ensure the health and well-being of their teams, who work in some of the hardest countries in the world, through community development and relief, serving hurting Muslim people. They need someone who has their back! If this is what you are passionate about, join us and put your gifts to use for the Kingdom of God.

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Requirements

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
•Develop a greater understanding for integral mission and the partner’s unique ministry.
•Ensure an up to date, remotely accessible and secure data base of all staff and dependents to provide adequate security, duty of care and support to each worker.
•Ensure that all personnel are trained in the relief and development partner’s code of conduct and people related policies, as well as whistleblowing procedures.
•Provide administrative support to team or country directors to ensure members of the team are cared for and valued.
•Develop a people care strategy for a multinational NGO working with Christians and Muslims.
•Inform all managers of training opportunities that sharpen their and their staff’s skills in relevant areas of work and ministries.
•Lead the recruitment process in order to achieve a good fit between recruits and ministries in the field.
•Oversee the application and preparation process in order to ensure applicants are sent to (or received by) their respective fields effectively.
•Provide accurate information to field, area and international leadership to help leaders with strategic planning and to assess health and well-being of the team.
Requirements:
•3 - 5 years experience in HR management and planning
•Experience and training in people care
•Ability to develop strategies and systems, coordinate a small team and initiate new ways of caring for our people.
•Good team player in person and virtually
•Self-motivated for setting up a new possibly virtual team
•Knowledge of HR software or willingness to learn
•Willing to be a life-long learner and invest in personal development and growth of knowledge and character
•Willing to travel to high risk places, as needed

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

+3 Years

All jobs/opportunities on this site are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

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Stories from International

Waiting

“I’ve never been so clearly stuck in a season of waiting like this—ever. And while I am safe ‘at home’ (such a complicated word for an overseas worker), it’s still a displacement with no end in sight,” says Kate. “In all the unknowns right now, I know this: the absolute, unchanging truth is that God is still in control, still in charge and is still trustworthy.”

Focus on national workers

In the Middle East and North Africa, OM is aiming at having 50 percent nationals in their teams by the end of 2021.

Mercy to the needy

OM workers in the Balkans want to be the face of Jesus to those who need mercy and restoration.

Back to basics

“So why then do we neglect these small disciplines?” asks Silas. “The answer is as simple as it is profound. The things that are easy to do (and yes, these small disciplines mentioned above are easy to do) are also easy not to do!”

Viviendo intencionalmente

Durante los últimos dieciocho años, Julieta (Sudamérica) y su esposo han estado compartiendo de manera intencional el amor de Cristo en Asia Central y Occidental.

El desafío del discipulado

Un trabajador latino del mercado aprovecha toda oportunidad para hacer discípulos viviendo abiertamente y compartiendo libremente.